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Tag Archives: Carol Langner
Today at both 8:00 and 10:30 am services, Dr. Felipe Miguel will be installed as the Director of Music and Liturgy at the Lutheran Church of Honolulu. In honor of his installation, a reception will be held after both services. … Continue reading
This afternoon we had the final dress rehearsal with orchestra for the Haydn ‘Lord Nelson Mass,” the last major work Carl will conduct as Cantor of the Lutheran Church of Honolulu. We started off by rehearsing the three hymns for … Continue reading
We have just now received word that our May 13-14 performances of Bach’s monumental Mass in B Minor were a success in every way — we knew that they were an artistic triumph, but now we have just learned that … Continue reading
It was on a Friday night, July 15, 1977, that Carl and I were married at the Lutheran Church of Honolulu, so that means tomorrow is our 34th wedding anniversary. Last year at this time, we celebrated our anniversary in … Continue reading
There’s no question that the Lutheran Church of Honolulu is blessed with many talented musicians, artists, and scholars. Among them is Carol Langner, who has sung in the choir for over 30 years, and is now retired from the Art … Continue reading
Some time ago, Carol Langner came to us and said, “We have got to have a PARTY after the Bach!” So today 43 of us gathered at the Hale Koa hotel for a fun luncheon. It was good to trade … Continue reading
Never one to miss an opportunity, Carl Crosier programmed a full slate of music at today’s 10:30 am service, figuring we would have a lot of visitors which we did. We began with a concerto for strings and organ by … Continue reading
It’s less than two weeks until LCH’s upcoming performances of Bach’s “Mass in B Minor,” May 13 and 14, 7:30 pm. Here is a status report on what’s happening around the LCH campus: 1. The choir will resume rehearsals tomorrow … Continue reading
We bought a new computer last week — but for anyone who has gone through this “process,” you know that we’re in a period of transition. It’s a little like moving — first of all there’s all the sorting — … Continue reading